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's comment. she is not being lady like. and also ahead, supposed to be a documentary about detroit's come back. funny thing happened on the way to the movie. film makers found something far different. we talk to one of the directors behind this film that got buzz at sun dance. don't miss willie's weekend review. >>> first, bill has a look at the weekend. >> looking nice in a few spots. we always have the trouble areas. get to that in a second. starting with the morning commute, in the heart of it, in areas of new england it is raining on and off. we are getting better in connecticut. new york, massachusetts, sliding into vermont. how does the weekend look. that storm will exit new england. a new storm brewing in the northern great lakes. the rainy weather, texas on the gulf coast this weekend, you are the ones that could get drenched. here is the forecast for the weekend. starting with today, rain develops late day, dallas, san antonio, eventually to houston. gorgeous in northern plains. west coast, enjoy it, beautiful weather for the weekend, you'll be hot in l.a. next weekend, could be
cities. that means the suburbs are definitely in the 30s. look at detroit, you dropped down to 39d. green bay, 37. chicago, 42. only rainy spot in the country in the inner mountain west. salt lake city has a few showers and idaho. overall, a quiet morning, little chilly. this afternoon will be beautiful. time of year where you have to dress in the layers. get up in the morning with a jacket or long sleeve on, in the afternoon you want short sleeves. once again today, many areas with sunshine. should be a very nice monday. no travel trouble whatsoever. >> thanks. definitely feeling like fall. >>> drivers still feeling the pinch, the elusive iphone 5 and gummy borms instead of corn feed. your first look at business headlines is straight ahead. >>> coming up, controversial ending between the pats and ravens, and the pay dirt at nascar. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. [ male announcer ] if you stash tissues like a squirrel stashes nuts, you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec® liquid gels. nothing starts working faster than zyrtec® at relieving your allergy symptoms for 24
with female subordates. mmoffa has now led to the trif way of a home near detroit. a tip from a dying man was credible enough for authorities to announce they'll test the soil samples from underath the driveway though they doubt any remains found would actually be >>> i you thought google maps were a good way to get around town. check this out. users can now navigate their way underwater the pictures of coral reefs are displayed much le the street view feature. pretty cool there. >>> all right, now hsou "first look" at politics. mitt romney told an audience in ohio they should not look forward to a huge cut in taxes if he's elected. romney said that's because he will also lower deductions and exemptions. >>> in an inrvieith "politico," newt gingrich had some debate advice for romney. gingrich says that when he faces president obama, mr. romney should "not be hostile but be assertive, clear, a dirt and not back off." >>> cpaigngith mro in ohio yesterday was mike row, the host of "dirty jobs." the two agreed that creating jobs is the most important thing that america needs. >>> the "orland
industry. what was mitt romney saying we should do? let detroit go bankrupt. what did mitt romney and paul ryan propose with respect to social security a number of years ago? let's privatize it. well, you just cited the statistics about the collapse in the retirement system. the american people lost about a third of their savings. if we listened to mitt romney and paul ryan on social security, people would have had nothing. so it's not only that the president had an economy in freefall, stopped it and turned the corner. it's that if we listened to the other guys, we would be in a world of hurt. >> what diz the congressman say to people who may not be better off today? the numbers are 23 million americans out of work. it has been high unemployment, although it has come down since president obama has taken office. we're headed in the right direction, but what do you communicate to people who may not be better off today? >> the president has made clear, even though we made progress from where we were, we still have a long way to go. and the president proposed another round of a jobs bill. he
toward philly may see a chance for showers later tonight at 1:00 or 2:00. detroit you are getting showers for your morning commute. not big time heavy rain, but enough to get the windshield wipers on. there are breaks in the showers as you channel back toward the west. we'll likely see it fill in across the state of ohio. daytime heating will help get the showers going. the on shore flow on the east coast. we'll talk about a few other showers and the temperatures you can expect when you step out the door. >> thank you. >>> stimulus and wall street. the creative motion frowned upon by police. your look at business headlines is straight ahead. >>> the packers get back on track. no news is bad news for the nhl. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. up. a short word that's a tall order. up your game. up the ante. and if you stumble, you get back up. up isn't easy, and we ought to know. we're in the business of up. everyday delta flies a quarter of million people while investing billions improving everything from booking to baggage claim. we're raising the bar on flying and tomorrow we will u
we should do? let detroit go bankrupt what did mitt romney and paul ryan propose with respect to social security a number of years ago? let's privatize it. you just cited the statistics about the collapse in the retirement system. the american people lost about a third of their savings, if we listened to mitt romney and paul ryan on social security, people would have had nothing. >> each night, veteran talk host, ed schultz, tackles the issues that matter most to americans. don't miss it at 8:00 p.m. eastern on msnbc. >>> well elsewhere according to the latest gallup poll, republican presidential candidate mitt romney's acceptance speech at the gop convention in tampa last week scored a record low with americans. only 38% of americans surveyed rated romney's speech as excellent or good, the lowest rating of any of the eight speeches gallup has tested since bob dole's gop acceptance speech in 1996. 16% rated the romney address as poor or terrible. >>> it has been a week since isaac slammed into the gulf coast and still, tens of thousands of people are in the dark. while crews h
smashed a home run. detroit won, 5-3, they trail chicago. the mets wore first responder nypd hats during batting practice. this team belonged to the team in red, white and blue. the gnats won after a 5-3 victory. if you build it, they will come. that's what seattle is hoping. they plan to build an arena to house an nhl team. soccer head coach guaranteed a winning team usa deliver in a game to make or break the world cup. they beat jamaica, 1-0. hercules gomez made the goal. the next qualifier, october 12th. >>> finally, a serious case of bieber fever. they offered the pop star a one-year contract. bieber is canadian, so he's got to be good at hockey. bieber on ice could be the best hockey you see all winter. that's your first look at sports, i'm fred roggin. >>> now for a look at the weather, here is todd santos with the weather channel forecast. good morning, again. >> better him than myself on ice. hey, you know, i mentioned temperature. big differences for especially the eastern half of the country. a couple degrees warmer than yesterday. still in the upper 50s in boston. getting towa
is a closer look at the thunderstorms approaching flint, michigan and the detroit area as well. we will see, i'd say about an inch or so of rain from the thunderstorms and the showers and storms continue across florida. as we go into tomorrow, this front loses a lot of steam. it shouldn't bring the northeast a lot of rain as we go into your friday. veronica? >> housing sparks. mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the richest of them all? your "first look" at business headlines is straight ahead. >>> coming up, history chases and a fond farewell for one american coach. you are watching "first look" on msnbc. now, that's what i call a test drive. silverado! the most dependable, longest lasting, full-size pickups on the road. so, what do you think? [ engine revs ] i'll take it. [ male announcer ] it's chevy truck month. now during chevy truck month, get 0% apr financing for 60 months or trade up to get the 2012 chevy silverado all-star edition with a total value of $8,000. hurry in before they're all gone! yeah. then how'd i get this... [ voice of dennis ] ...safe driving bonus check? every six mon
in detroit most of the early part of my adult life. remember, this is the mitt romney who said the automatic industry just go bankrupt. when you look outside of detroit, of course, michigan but ohio depends on those jobs. as a matter of fact, throughout the midwest, most of the jobs, whether it's the automotive industry or not directly, there are indirect jobs related. glass, plastic, rubber, you name it. textiles, so that does not surprise me. because i think what white, working class, particularly men, understand, i would rather have a black friend in the white house than a whiten me and i've raised that question with unions i've spoke to. you've got to ask yourself that question. you my understand. labor has a friend. working people have a friend in the white house. they do not have a friend with mitt romney. >> well, patricia, staying on that for a minute, also in the area of health care, something that i think people are getting beyond a racial divide because we all are concerned about our health and insurance. now, in the "60 minutes" interview with romney last night, he was asked abou
. when the pundit said not to. they said let detroit go bankrupt. mitt romney went to detroit. manufacturing is the backbone in communities across ohio. they gave up on manufacturing jobs. more than 50,000 manufacturing jobs have been created across ohio during that administration. more than 500,000 across the country. i think that ohio in many ways is a microcosm of the challenges that the nation face oefrd the past four years and how we've begun to overcome them. >> meanwhile as you make those strong distinction points, mitt romney is making case elsewhere in ohio that it can't afford four more years of the president. this isn't on the plane. hopefully you'll be able to hear better. >> do we want four more years where every single year the take home pay goes down? >> no! >> do we want four more years of trillion-dollar deficits? >> no. >> so, ben, mitt romney has raised $6 million to president obama's $2.8 million. the super pacs as i know you're aware has fire power to release. when that happens in conjunction with the debates, do you fear an even tighter race here? >> well
? let detroit go bankrupt. we weren't going to let detroit go bankrupt or lordstown go bankrupt or toledo go bankrupt. i stood with american workers. i stood with american manufacturing. i believed in you. i bet on you. i'll make that bet any day of the week. and because of that bet three years later that bet is paying off for america. >> the president bet on america time and time again. and because of that, we're better off. case closed. joining me now is chairwoman of the democratic national committee, congresswoman debbie wasserman shultz. thanks for joining me tonight. >> thank you. great to be with you again. >> what does the president need to do this week? >> what we're doing this week unlike the invitation only corporate infused back room deal smoke filled room affair that we had in my home state last week put on by the republicans, here this week in charlotte we opened the week with a community festival. celebrating the carolinas and invited the public to participate in what would be the most inclusive community oriented nominating convention for a presidential candidate
. it seems from outside ohio, the auto industry is everything there. not just detroit, ohio. what percentage of your workers, men and women, owe their jobs directly or indirectly to the success of the american auto industry? >> the center for automotive research in detroit said 850,000 jobs in a state of 11 million people, ohio, 850,000 jobs are connected directly or indirectly with autos. it's not just the plant that makes the chevy cruise in youngstown or the plant that assembles the jeep wrangler in liberty, in toledo, it's the supply chain, the auto dealers, the machinists and people that fix cars, the people that drive the trucks that move the car parts and the cars around. it's a zillion car parts manufacturers. the chevy cruise, for example, much is made in ohio from the glass -- or from the transmission to the wheels to the steel. one thing after another. it's clear that when we fought for the auto rescue, that that was all about jobs in ohio. that's really governor romney and my opponent's problem is they oppose the auto rescue. they don't quite know how to back off that. >> well, w
romney, let detroit go bankrupt. the president, not on my watch. those are clear differences. mitt romney on his position on tax cuts for the most fortunate. the president, we got to make sure kids can afford to go to college. clear differences on policy. and i do believe and what i tried to say last night and this is true for the campaign going forward, there is going to be an unforeseen crisis, challenge or conflict that we can't see, it's going to come to the white house, it's going to land on that white house desk like a thud. whose values and whose judgment do you want and leadership in that oval office at that desk at that moment in time? a person who said to detroit and was wrong, not just said, if we followed his path, we would have lost a million manufacturing jobs in this country. if we had followed his path on housing, where he said just let it hit bottom, we would be wrong. lot of people are refinancing today because of the decisions the president made so they can hold on to their home. i think at every place, you have a clear distinction, clear choice, different paths with di
prediction is that after all the votes are counted, even the dead votes of democrats in chicago, detroit and cleveland, i predict that we will win. >> now, joining me now is an original member of the freedom riders, democratic congressman john lewis of georgia. thank you so much for being with us today, representative. and you gave an impassioned speech at the dnc in charlotte. many people remember that, on this very issue, and i want to share with viewers what you said, just a little bit. take a listen. >> i've seen this before. i lived this before. too many people struggling, s l suffering and dying to make it possible for every american to exercise their right to vote, and we have come too far together to ever turn back! >> congressman, you were referring to your work with the student nonviolent coordinating committee in 1965, when you lived through that brutality of the march on selma. that march almost killed you, and republicans deny there is necessary connection here between these moments and that time in history. what's your reaction? >> well, my reaction, it's very simple -- yo
. >>> police in michigan think they might have a lead on where jimmy hoffa is buried. a dying detroit man tells police he believes he saw hoffa's body being buried 35 years ago. investigators will take soil samples from beneath a detroit driveway to determine if a body is buried there. jimmy hoffa was last seen in 1975. despite a number of searches over the years, his body has not been found even when they built the new giants stadium which was the great rumor for so long. >>> today's deep dive. more evidence that money will not decide this race. four months there was hand wringing about high money donors and contributors that wrote big checks in 2008 would sit in the sidelines in 2012 and a big money deficit would make a difference in a tight presidential race. back in early february, the president reversed a long held position on super pacs signaling they should pony up and to democrats it was safe to ask for outside money themselves. he teased the decision in an interview with nbc's matt lauer. >> if you ask me would i love to take some of the big money out of politics? i would. unfortunatel
for takeoff in the seventh. detroit beat chicago 8-6. they're a game back. don't look now, but the phillies are back in the play-off race. left for dead, the phils were major sellerses at the trade deadline. jimmy rollins with the go-ahead homer, beating the marlins 3-1. rangers have been in the hunt since opening day. a victory over the indians. adrian beltre making a late push for mvp, his 32nd homer. rangers win 5-2. forget tebowing, that's a thing of the past. a new pose called griffining, born on sunday when robert griffin was seen celebrating from the seat of his pants. now everyone is doing it. everyone is griffoning. that's your first look at sports. i'm fred roggin. >> griffining. good to know. here is meteorologist todd santos with the weather channel forecast. >>> hey, a beautiful day for everybody. going to be playing outside, getting football in at least with some friends. did want to mention areas where you may be dealing with showers for the morning commute. a lot of activity to your north. a few lightning strikes, chicago, down to st. louis, better chance for showers to get
bailout, detroit building more cars. >> today they can't build them fast enough because we reinvented a dying auto industry that's back on the top of the world. >> reporter: the bulk of this speech aimed at the middle class. >> i refuse to ask middle class families to give up their deductions for owning a home or raising their kids just to pay for another millionaire's tax cut. >> reporter: the president called for a million new manufacturing jobs, cutting the growth of college tuition in half and reducing the deficit by $4 trillion. >> i ask you tonight for your vote. >> reporter: if he gets another chance. today, it's back on the campaign trail to new hampshire. new hampshire's one of the eight battleground states where mitt romney's rolling out 15 new ads today. the conventions are now over, and as he says in that ad, the race is on. lynn? >> all right, tracie, thanks. last night on msnbc's special convention coverage, republican strategist steve schmidt told rachel maddow and the coverage team he thought president obama did very well in his speech but we'll have to wait and see ab
in the fifth. detroit up one. a grounder to short. perfect double play ball or so it seemed. omar infante air mailed the toss to first. in came two and chicago grabbed the lead. white sox increased their lead with a 5-4 win. the orioles inch closer to the yankees. the route was on. baltimore scored thee in the first, four in the second. they're just a half game back. the orioles are duking it out with the yankees. jacoby ellsbury left the yard in a hurry. red sox win it 5-2. tampa is falling fast. they're 5.5 back. that's your first look at sports. i'm fred rogan. >>> we check in with dylan dreyer watching the forecast. >> where it's cooler, you won't see sunshine. don't be discouraged in minneapolis where it's 44 degrees. we did have frost and freeze warnings earlier this morning. you'll see sunshine and temperatures back into the 60s. this is all the rain we're watching as we head into this afternoon. right now, it is producing some heavier thunderstorms with frequent lightning across the panhandle of florida. this is going to stretch eastward as we head into this afternoon and there is the
the country to detroit and portland, oregon, but this year we didn't have to go any further than boston. there we found a unique program, a venture accelerator run by college students. the organization has the right idea when it comes to educating entrepreneurs and i'm getting them some funding to grow their companies. ♪ 22 small business owners -- >> our product will be the first organic low calorie ready to drink cocktails on the market. >> each making a pitch. >> looking for 2$250 had you,00. >> the most amazing thing. >> we have's done a lot with a little. >> some of these pictures aren't even out of college yet. >> the marketing is essential. >> that pitch-a-thon is part of a business accelerator developing new entrepreneurs at northeastern university in boston. >> even though it's a little nerve-racking to get up in front of all those people it's also real exciting and every little step is bringing me closer to my goal of launching this product. >> idea was born almost three years ago and from the beginning the emphasis was on empowering students. >> the secret behind idea is a
and the rays won it 3-2. the sox dropped 8 of 9. chicago'loss is detroit's ugistead acaea hiory, struck out nine straight. tigers held on to win it 5-4. >>> and finally, the mets r.a. dickie picked up the 20th win of the year. everybody is talking about travis snyder. a shot deep to ride. snyder tracked it down. scaled the fence like spidman and made thegr coolal acollected. snyder hauled it in. that is not only the catch of the day, that is the catch of the year. that's your "first look" at sports. have a great weekend. i'm fred roggin. >>> and now for another look at your weather, here is bill karins with our favorite forecast. that is our weekd. i. so happy is the weekend coming up. today we're dealing with a rainy morning throughout all of new england. this shield of green is just an area of rain from albany down through the hudson valley and connecticut and massachusetts. you're going to deal with that for your morning commut more hit and miss showers later in the y. thrsf i iefinitely this morning in areas of new england. late this afternoon and another chance of showers around philad
down here. >> speak a little slower and a little louder. >> i'm from detroit, michigan. my question is for anyone that wants to address this question. you kind of spoke about the consistency of just african americans being active in the political process of things of that nature and we make that almost sound like an issue of our generation when that's an issue of every generation. iment to know besides just saying how active we aren't in the process, how can we kind of keep people active all year round? >> well, what we've done actively, coming out of -- >> hold on a second. >> we recently had a conference called nacep. i forget the acronym but for student leaders and we had about 35 and we came together and built a coalition. and we now have a hbc unified registration drive. working together to get all the campuses registered. the thing about it is we are doing this in concert working under the radar so we haven't done press releases and talked to big news organizations because we're not interested in having the publicity. we're interested in getting the job done. there's some grea
, that the auto industry is everything there. you're talking not just detroit but what percentage owe their success to the american auto industry? >> $850,0850,000 jobs are conne directly or indirectly with autos. it's not just the plant that makes the chef chevies in youngs town but it's the machinists that fix cars and the people who drive the trucks that move the car parts or trucks around. it's a zillion car parts manufacturers and the chevy, much of is it made in ohio, from the transmission to the windows to the steel. it's kwleer when we fought for the auto rescue, that was all about jobs in ohio and that's really governor romney and my opponent's problem. they don't though how to back off that. >> the guy up against you, mandela, he was against the auto rescue, right? >> well, he called me unamerican for supporting it so i guess you would come to that conclusion, yeah. >> i think you're going to like this ad, senator. trying to portray romney successfully as a businessman that cares more about the bottom line than the average men or women out there working. let's look at this a
-americans are not feeling mitt romney is because jobs are extremely important to us. right now in detroit, another town i've lived in 20 years, people are back to work because of barack obama saved the auto industry. not the level they'd like to, but in the right direction. >> two of tonight's featured speakers are former bain capital employees randy johnson and s cindy ewing. they've both appeared on this show to talk about the record. watch this. >> to me it's simple. it's profits before people. i don't think he's in touch for the reality of what it means to be on the shop floor. he's never been a manager on a shop floor. he's never done anything but produced profits for the rich. >> i really, really find his claims he created jobs to be offensive. because the jobs he created were entry-level service and retail positions. they were not jobs that gave people a living wage where they could support their families, send their kids to school. the jobs he eliminated in our plant absolutely were. >> these are two of the speakers tonight. do you expect a harsh attack on bain tonight? >> i certainly think they
ago? >> vice president biden just now in detroit. >> folks, let me make something clear and say it to the press. america is better off today than they left us when they left. you want to know whether we're better off? i got a little bumper sticker for you. osama bin laden is dead and general motors is alive. osama bin laden is dead and general motors is alive. >> republicans have already started their counter offensive. >> 23 million people are out of work or stopped looking for work or underemployed. if you have a coach that's 0-23 million, you say it's time to get a new coach. >> paul ryan is shadowing the democrats here in north carolina, campaigning this hour across the state in greenville, where he will be speaking moments from now. >>> good day. i'm andrea mitchell live in charlotte. obviously these crowds are here for the democratic national convention. the big headline greeting them today is at dnc begins, romney gains. a new poll today shows that romney is now up by four, outside the margin of error, in a state the president won barely four years ago. joining me now to
numbers. >> my prediction, even though the dead votes of chicago, detroit, and cleveland i predict that we will win. >> now, also with an interview with tpm, there was this comment. he doubled down bauer. the quote is, voter fraud is rampant in urban areas. i'm raising this to you, because you did the study. from your study and studies that you have also looked over and reviewed -- >> yep. >> have you found rampant voter fraud and is there any scientific data to support that the people voting for the president are people that are dependent on a check in the mail from the government and any of these other class and race-based accusations? >> absolutely not, reverend. those kinds of statements are not in keeping with american values. you know, in america, voting is a fundamental right. it is not a privilege. when you're at the ballot box, whether you are rich or poor or whether you are young or old or whether you are a democrat or a republican, you are ee fall at the ballot box and it is so important when we hear that kind of rhetoric, everyone out there goes and registers to vote. there are
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